|Low Treason (The March Of Time) - Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation|
65-71 Low Treason (The March of Time)Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation.National Archives Identifier: 12142http://research.archives.gov/description/12142"TRAINING FILM: Shows how secret documents get into hands of foreign countries accidentally. Two foreign service employees leave secret documents unsecured in their office, accessible to messengers and the Housekeeping Dept, which employs foreigners...
Keywords: Cold War; Espionage -- History -- 20th century
|Armed Forces TV Program, 1951 (outtakes) - United States. Department of Defense|
No description at the National Archives but this is film of General George C. Marshall and Chris Witting (GM of DuMont) recording intros for The Armed Forces Hour on the DuMont Television Network.National Archives Identifier: 22426
Keywords: Classic TV; Chris Witting; Marshall, George C. (George Catlett), 1880-1959; Cold War; Dumont Network
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|The Big Picture #222: The 29th Division - United States. Department of the Army|
Episode #222 of the TV show The Big Picture: The 29th Division."The original release sheet reads: Provides a pictorial history of the infantrymen of the 29th Division. Shows amphibious maneuvers in England, the conflict at St. Lo and Brest, and the beach at Normandy."National Archives Identifier: 2569492
Keywords: Cold War; Classic TV; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 29th
|To Catch A Spy - Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation|
"TELEVISION NEWS PROGRAM: Spy operation described by FBI agent, Walsh. Discusses how Air Force attache was enlisted to cooperate in scheme to get classified U.S. government documents into hands of Russian Air Force Colonel. Tells how drop operations worked. Agent would leave milk carton with money and instructions for future meetings beside telephone for spy. Shows spy being arrested and spying equipment confiscated along with money and weapons...
Keywords: Espionage; OSI; U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations; Cold War; Vladimir M. Ismaylov
|The Big Picture #426 "Flying Soldiers" - United States. Department of the Army|
"The original release sheet reads: 'Flying Soldiers' is a documentary film which dramatically presents the story of Army aviation. Viewers will see everything from a foot soldier to an Honest John missile. A simulated battle is staged for the cameras in which fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters rush vitally needed soldiers to the front. Also seen in this episode is the latest in Army aircraft -- the revolutionary 'Tilt-Wing,' the Caribou, and the Mohawk...
Keywords: The Big Picture; Classic TV; US Army; United States. Army; Airplanes, Military; Cold War
|The Big Picture #577 Recall - United States. Department of the Army|
1963 episode #577 of the TV show "The Big Picture.""The original release sheet reads: In the past year, as a part of many steps taken to meet the threat of communism, President Kennedy called the 1st Armored and 5th Infantry Divisions back into service. Both units have basically been inactive since the end of World War II. The 1st Armored Division, affectionately known as "Old Ironsides," distinguished itself in the North African and Italian campaigns...
Keywords: Cold War; Leonard Graves; United States. -- Army -- Infantry Division, 5th; Classic TV; United States. -- Army -- Armored Division, 1st
|The Big Picture #516 The Army Nurse Story - United States. Department of the Army|
"The original release sheet reads: Being an Army nurse is being something very special. For thirty minutes THE BIG PICTURE explores the fascinating and varied roles of the Army nurse. From the major U. S. Army medical centers to overseas field hospitals, the Army Nurse is involved in many different facets of nursing assignments. Her education, training and professional competence are thoroughly reviewed in this impressive tribute to the Army nurse." National Archives Identifier: 2569754
Keywords: Cold War; Military Nursing; The Big Picture; Army Nurse Corps; Vietnam War, 1961-1975; United States. -- Army Nurse Corps
|Telstar Telecast - Department of Defense|
Unedited silent footage of people watching the Telstar first live transatlantic television telecast in 1962. National Archives Description: "VS, French and Americans watching TV set in store window. Shots of the monitor showing scenes from program. CU, set showing Pres. Kennedy speaking. Ints, Hi-Lite Service Club at Andrews Barracks. Troops of the Berlin Command watch the Telestar [SIC] program. CU, TV screen showing Pres...
Keywords: Telstar; Telstar 1; Project Telstar; Cold War; Classic TV; Television; Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
|''Four Star Playhouse'' - The Executioner|
An episode of popular 1950s anthology series "Four Star Playhouse" titled "The Executioner". It's a dated cold war drama, but it has some very interesting moments. The storyline is well suited to the 25-minute treatment. Charles Boyer plays an interesting character. Originally broadcast 9 June 1955.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Four Star Playhouse; Anthology series; Anthology; Drama; Charles Boyer; Cold war; 1950s; 1955
|''The Colgate Comedy Hour'' - 15 May 1955|
An unusual episode of "The Colgate Comedy Hour", though without any colgate. Hosts of this episode are Rhonda Fleming and Gordon MacRae. Guests in this episode are The Clark Brothers, Jane Morgan, and Abbott and Costello. Not a typical episode at all.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; The Colgate Comedy Hour; Colgate Comedy Hour; America; United States; Cold War